Ron Sexsmith performs at the NAC Theatre (1 Elgin St) on Saturday April 29, and will be joined by special guest Lori Cullen.
The Writes of Spring: Tim Baker, Amelia Curran, Donovan Woods & Hawksley Workman join up for a songwriters’ circle on Friday night
The Writes of Spring tour comes to the NAC Theatre (1 Elgin St) on April 28 at 7:30pm.
The Acorn performed Glory Hope Mountain to coincide with a 10th anniversary re-issue on Paper Bag Records.
Post-hardcore band Silverstein from Burlington engaged the audience and had everyone moving at Brass Monkey Thursday night.
Jim Bryson sits down with Apt613 ahead of his show Friday evening at the National Arts Centre to talk about the show, his collaboration with Petr Cancura, and his summer plans.
Jim Bryson is collaborating with jazz arranger Petr Cancura for a special concert at the NAC Studio on Friday, April 21.
Busty & The Bass, Rebecca Noelle, The Souljazz Orchestra, Riishi Von Rex, and Pony Girl are among the recent additions.
For the critically-acclaimed album’s 10th anniversary, The Acorn will perform Glory Hope Mountain in its entirety on Saturday April 22 at St. Alban’s Church (454 King Edward). Win tickets to the show: see post for details.
Leif Vollebekk played a sold-out show at First Baptist United Church.
This week on the podcast, we interview Nicholas Hyatt from Ottawa/Montreal-based psychedelic pop band Future States about their new album, cool venues, and growing up listening to Russian classical music. Catch them Saturday, April 15, at The Record Centre (1099 Wellington W) with Merival and Ada Lea.
Experience a verbal boxing match at Capital Rap Battles. Their one-year anniversary will be April 21 at Happy Goat.
Art is Art, an exhibition in the Ottawa Art Gallery Annex at Ottawa City Hall, showcases the visual art of Canadian recording artists. Commissioned by The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS), JUNO Award Winners have created works of visual art that celebrate the creative connection between these two disciplinary fields.
Veteran singer-songwriter John K. Samson attracted fans from near and far to his show at the Bronson Centre.
Welcome to the weekend, folks. This one is bursting at the seams with greatness: craft fairs, art shows, and dance parties galore!
The band was fresh and energized. Said The Whale just embarked on their As Long As Your Eyes Are Wide tour, with Ottawa being only the third stop of their journey.